Grassroots (Age 6-8)

Run Jump Throw Wheel

 

                       
                       

 

Developed by Athletics Canada and presented by BC Athletics, RJTW is the grassroots development program for our sport. This program teaches the FUNdamental movements skills of running, jumping throwing and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs) using track and field inspired games, activities and skill challenges. It is designed for boys and girls ages 6-12, has progressions for older athletes, and can be adapted for special needs.

RunJumpThrowWheel skills form the basis of all land based sport and as such, RJTW provides a strong foundation for success in all sports and physical activities, which allows participants to develop a positive self image and be the best they can be.

Any teacher, sport club coach or community recreation leader is capable of delivering the basic Run Jump Throw Wheel program!


 

RJTW is:

  • Integrated for development at all levels
  • Broad based and progressive
  • FUNdamental to all land based sports
  • Inclusive for all abilities and maturational stages
  • Adaptive to special needs and disabilities
  • Gender equitable

RJTW stresses:

  • Skills of RUNNING, JUMPING, THROWING and WHEELING in age appropriate sequential progressions
  • Individual improvement and positive reinforcement
  • FUN and active learning environment
  • Improvement in physical and emotional well being
  • Safety and certified instruction

     

 

 

RJTW Upcoming Events

 
Are you interested in having the Run Jump Throw Wheel program come to your school, camp or community event? Complete the Direct Delivery Request Form online 
 
Come and check out the Run Jump Throw Wheel Activities coming to a community event near you! There is always more fun being added so keep checking back!

 

EVENT

LOCATION

DATE

TIME   

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Creston Recreation Run Jump Throw Summer Camp 

Creston & District Community Complex

July 27-31 
Aug 10-14

Monday
Wednesday
Thursday
9:00AM-12:00PM
Registration

UBC Summer Camps - Track & Field Fundamentals

Thunderbird Park - Rashpal Dhillon Track & Field Oval

July 20 - July 24

July 27 - July 31

Aug 10 - Aug 14

1:00PM - 4:00PM Registration

 


August Family-Together Night with RJTW!

Confederation Park August 10 6:00-8:00PM More Info


Le Centre Culturel Francophone

Camp Virgule

Granville Park August 13 9:30AM-2:30PM Registration

Easter Seals Camp 

Squamish  August 14 10:00AM-12:30PM  

 

 

 

RJTW Courses

 

Interested in becoming a RunJumpThrowWheel Instructor or Learning Facilitator?


Take a look at our upcoming courses below, or if you have a group of 6 people or more, we would be happy to arrange a workshop for your group/organization. To request an Instructor Course click HERE and fill out the form.

Scroll down for more information about our instructor training and courses. 

*RJTW LF candidates must already be RJTW Instructors (Certified)

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING COURSES:

 

COURSE TYPE

LOCATION

DATE

MORE INFO

8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC

Golden 

Golden Recreation Centre

September 13 Registration 
RBC Learn to Play Project 
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC
Cranbrook September 21

**Registration is limited**
Please contact to register a spot 

15 HOUR NCCP

Victoria 
(PISE)

September 26-27 Registration
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC Burnaby September 27 Registration
4 HOUR PRESENTATION

Smithers 
(Ebenezer Canadian Reformed School)

October 9 Registration
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC Nanaimo TBC  
*8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC 
(ASSI)
Grand Forks TBC  
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC Whistler TBC  

ALREADY PASSED...

*8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC
(ASSI)
Quesnel August 18 Registration
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC  Fort St. John
(Pomeroy Sport Center)
June 29 Registration
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC  Kamloops 
(Tournament Capital Centre)
June 20 FULL
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC Penticton 
(Penticton Community Centre) 
June 7 Registration
*8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC
(ASSI)
Kitimat 
(Kildala Elementary)
May 29 Registration
*8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC 
(ASSI)
Chilliwack 
(Central Elementary Community School)
May 25 CANCELLED
RBC Learn to Play Project 
8 HOUR COMMUNITY REC 
Creston 
(Creston & District Community Complex)
April 26 Registration
RBC Learn to Play Project
8 HOUR TEACHER IN-SERVICE 
Nelson 
(Rosemont Elementary)
April 13 Registration
8 HOUR TEACHER IN-SERVICE Delta 
(Southpointe Academy)
March 7 FULL
8 HOUR TEACHER IN-SERVICE Kelowna
(École de l'Anse-au-sable)
February 20 Registration
*UBC KIN 115A - Performance Analysis UBC Jan-March N/A

Course registration restrictions apply 



TYPES OF WORKSHOPS WE OFFER:

 

  Cost per person:  Who? Length? NCCP 
Certification?
Details
Introductory
Presentation
$35.00
  • Great for teachers and special interest groups
  • Ideal for Pro-D 
4 hours       

Details

Community Recreation One-Day Course $50.00
  • Community leaders and coaches, parents or anyone interested in learning about Physical Literacy and grassroots sports skills
8 hours       

Details

Teacher In-Service One-Day Course $75.00
  • BC Elementary and Secondary school teachers ONLY
8 hours
(including 1.5 hrs practical training)
      

Details

NCCP Two-Day Course $95.00
  • Community leaders, coaches, parents, etc.
15 hours
(including 3 hrs practical training)
      

Details

 

What's the Difference?

RunJumpThrowWheel Instructor

 

RunJumpThrowWheel Learning Facilitator (LF)

  • Instructors are coaches who have been trained to deliver the RJTW program to kids
  • Coaches can be trained and certified as RJTW Instructors by attending a weekend workshop (see table below) and delivering the program through their club or school-based program. The program can also be delivered to teachers through one-day Pro-D workshops
  • See the links below for specfic outcomes for the RJTW Instructor and more information on the NCCP: 
 
  • Learning Facilitators "coach the coaches"
  • Teachers or coaches wishing to facilitate the training of student-athlete coaches or parents in their club/school, or wishing to increase their NCCP certification levels, can further train as Learning Facilitators in RJTW. Following delivery, NCCP certification in the new education stream is given
  • LF's must already be certified RJTW Instructors
  • RJTW LF's are required to go through Coach Developer Training. For more information visit the CAC website link HERE or contact Meghan Butterworth
     

 

  

Coaching the Coaches: Coach Developer Training  
NEW Requirement for RJTW LF's and MLF's

RJTW Instructors wishing to upgrade to Learning Facilitators/Master Learning Facilitators must now go through the Coaching Association of Canada's (CAC) "Coach Developer Program". These coach developers are trained to "develop, support, and challenge coaches to go on honing and improving their knowledge and skills in order to provide positive and effective sport experiences for all participants."  

Steps for becoming a coach developer:

Developer Types:

  1. Learning Facilitator
  2. Advanced Learning Facilitator
  3. Master Learning Facilitator
  4. Coach Evaluator
  5. Advanced Evaluator
  6. Master Evaluator

Click below to go to the CAC website for more information:



or contact Meghan Butterworth

                          

 

 

 


Feedback:

 

Did you recently complete one of the above instructor courses? Your feedback can greatly impact the future success of the RJTW program! Click HERE to fill out a short five minute survey. 
 

Club Track Rascals Program


CLUBS:

Spark a passion for track and field with TRACK RASCALS!

Track Rascals is the foundation of a life-long love of athletics and being active! 

In a non-competitive club atmosphere, boys and girls ages 6 to 8 will learn the basics of athletics and the skills needed for all land-based sports while focusing on our number-one goal: HAVING FUN!

Start your own Track Rascals program and provide children with skills they will benefit from for life!

 

Getting your club started with Track Rascals:
 

WHY offer a Track Rascals program in your BC Athletics club?

  • Introduces children to the sport of track and field
  • It's fun, non-competitive and inclusive
  • Club based RUN JUMP THROW WHEEL program delivery
  • Increased Club Membership (Track Rascals members are aged 6 - 8)
  • Quality Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) programming - develops better overall athletes by teaching physical literacy during optimal windows of opportunity

WHO can coach the Track Rascals?

  • Older athletes (to earn volunteer hours, work experience, school credits)
  • Parents who want to get off the sidelines and into the action
  • Community leaders
  • Club coaches

HOW do we start?

Sample Scheduling:

Program Length: 6-8 weeks
Sessions: 2 per week
Session Length: 45 minutes per session
  • Contact BC Athletics to host a Run Jump Throw Wheel training course for your coaches/volunteers
  • Establish your Track Rascals schedule ⇒
  • Promote your program - Register some Track Rascals!
  • Track Rascals Memberships are only $10.00 with BC Athletics + any registration fees charged by clubs

WHAT do you need to run a Track Rascals program?

  • Space at the track
  • Trained RJTW Instructors
  • A desire to have FUN!


Contact meghan.butterworth@bcathletics.org for more information!


ATHLETES:


Interested in becoming a Track Rascal and participating in the RunJumpThrowWheel program?  Want to be a member of a BC Athletics Affiliated Club?  Then check out these clubs with Track Rascals members:

 

RJTW Equipment

      


RJTW Equipment Bag

Everything you need to start and run your local RJTW program is here in the RJTW Equipment Bag. 
 

The bag includes: cones, balls, hurdle sticks, agility blocks, and more. Everything comes inside a brand new NIKE duffle bag for ease of transportation and storing. 
 

*free shipping in Canada
Visit the Athletics Canada store to purchase a RJTW Bag: http://shop.athletics.ca/collections/run-jump-throw-wheel

 

NOW AVAILABLE:

RJTW Instructor Shirts
$15.00 (+GST)/shirt
Standard adult sizing (S,M,L)
Colours: Red, Green, Yellow, Blue
(limited availability)

To order, contact: 
Meghan Butterworth, RJTW Coordinator
T: 604.333.3554
E: meghan.butterworth@bcathletics.org

RJTW SUCCESS STORIES

Easter Seals: Camp Squamish

August 14/2015:

The RunJumpThrowWheel program made an appearance in Squamish this past Friday at the BC Easter Seals camp, which provides overnight summer camping experiences for children and teens with physical and/or mental disabilities. The program was run on a drop-in basis, with special focus on throwing and wheeling. Thanks to Athletics Canada, the kids were able to try out a specialized racing chair designed for speed on the track. Those adventurous enough to try it were fitted with a helmet and gloves and were taught the correct technique for achieving maximum speed, which involved a downwards punching motion on the wheels and a hard forward lean. 

For the majority, this was a first-time encounter with the sport of track and field, and many of the participants surprised themselves with their own abiliities. We look forward to seeing some of these young para-athletes and Special Olympic athletes becoming more involved in the sport!

For more information on the Easter Seals Camps, visit: http://www.eastersealscamps.ca/

 


Granville Park, Vancouver BC 

August 13/2015:

Granville Park was the setting for another great day of track & field fun. On a sunny Thursday, children participating in Camp Virgule, a Francophone summer camp, joined two of our RunJumpThrowWheel instructors for a day full of grassroots track and field events. The morning started off with a sprints and hurdles activity, where the participants got to learn and practice hurdling technique. Within a short period of time, the kids were progressing from shin-height “banana hurdles” to waist-height “scissor hurdles”. They were also introduced to the correct starting procedure for sprints as they reacted to the “On your mark, get set, go” commands (or in this case, “À vos marques, prêts, partez”). Following the running activities were throws (javelin, shot put and discus) and jumps (high jump and long jump), with ample water and snack breaks interspersed to keep everyone fuelled. The day was wrapped up with an obstacle course relay, complete with a kiddie pool to act as a simulation steeplechase water-pit.

Thank you to Camp Virgule for inviting RJTW to be a part of your Olympics themed week!

To book a RJTW session of your own, contact Meghan Butterworth, RJTW Coordinator, at:
meghan.butterworth@bcathletics.org 

 


South Surrey Athletic Park, White Rock BC

July 25/2015:

As part of the Hershey Outdoor Regional Youth Series, a new initiative aimed at increasing accessibility and exposure of the sport of athletics, the first annual West Region Youth Series meet was hosted by BC Athletics and Ocean Athletics, July 25-26, 2015. A Run Jump Throw Wheel program demonstration was schedued to occur prior to the meet, open to children 5-10 years of age to try out track and field. 

The demo was hosted at South Surrey Athletic Park, where parents brought their eager and energetic children to come participate in several different grassroots level track & field activities, including turbo javelin, long jump, hurdles, high jump and relays. The kids cycled through the stations in groups, learning the fundamentals of running, jumping, throwing and wheeling. A special thank you to BC Wheelchair Sports Let's Play program for lending out sport chairs and racing chair, allowing the participants to practice their wheeling skills through a wheelchair relay! The morning concluded with a mini sprint race on the track as a finale with prizes to follow! 

A big thank you to the learning facilitators, instructors and numerous volunteers who put their time and effort into making this event so much fun!

For more information on how to get involved at your local club click 'Club Track Rascals Program' on the sidebar for a list of clubs across the province with programs. 

An album of photos from the event can be found on our BC Athletics Facebook page!

                                                                                                

 


Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver BC

June 14/2015: 

As part of the 2nd annual International Physical Literacy Conference last Sunday, a RunJumpThrowWheel demonstration was held...for adults! The idea of the demo was to give the conference delegates a taste of what the RJTW program provides: being active and having fun, through teaching fundamental movement skills and developing physical literacy using track and field inspired games, activities and skill challenges. A handful of RJTW instructors and volunteers the participants through four different stations where the young-at-heart were able to try their hand at events such as hurdles, high jump, and javelin. Instructors also incorporated wheeling and seated throws adaptations to the activities at running and throwing stations. In addition, thanks to BC Wheelchair Sports and Athletics Canada a designated wheel station provided an opportunity to try out the racing chairs and educate around para-athletics within track and field. The activities were a hit and showcased the safe, fun and fair environment that the RunJumpThrowWheel program embodies. Difficulty levels were easily adjusted to account for the individual fitness and ability levels of each participant, which created fun yet challenging activities for all. A big thank you to all the facilitators, instructors and everyone who made the RJTW event possible! 

If you are interested in how the RJTW program can benefit your school, community recreation program, sport group, club etc. please visit http://runjumpthrowwheel.ca/ for information on how you can get involved! Both program delivery and instructor training options are offered, designed to fit your individual needs!

            


Fortius Athlete Development Centre, Burnaby BC 

November 28/2014:

The fifth annual RBC Sports Day in Canada took place during the week of November 24-28 with over 800,000 participants and 2,000 registered sporting events accross Canada! As a grant recipient of the RBC Learn to Play Project, the Run Jump Throw program was delivered at three different locations across BC. In partnership with School District No. 8 (Kootenay Lake), Slocan's W.E. Graham Community School After-School Sports program was able to host a Run Jump Throw "Try It" session. Similarily, in Vancouver Run Jump Throw and Golf BC's Playground 2 Fairway program were open for kids to try for free at Little Mountain Neighborhood House in Vancouver. Lastly, right at home at Fortius Sport & Health Centre in Burnaby, Run Jump Throw was a part of the "Come And Try Open House" alongside many other PSO's youth sport programs including Golf, Tennis, Judo, Canoe/Kayak, Special Olympics, Gymnastics + many more! 

The RBC Learn to Play Project, in partnership with ParticipACTION, Canadian Sport for Life and Active Healthy Kids Canada, is a wide-ranging initiative to help children develop the confidence and skills they need to enable them to become active for life. For more information on the RBC Learn to Play Grant Project visit rbc.com/learntoplay

BC Athletics is proud to be a RBC Learn to Play Project 2014 Grant Recipient! Run Jump Throw Program development is planned for 2015 in the Kootenays region, specifcally targeted at the communities of Nelson, Slocan and Creston within track & field clubs, recreation centres and schools. 


Fortius Athlete Development Centre, Burnaby BC 

August 11/201414:

Arriving last week to Fortius Athlete Development Centre in Burnaby, BC 12 young athletes came together from coast to coast to participate in the Courage Canada National Youth Blind Hockey Camp running from August 7-12. The camp has provided athletes who are blind or partially sighted daily hockey training as well as several introductory sport sessions including Beep Baseball, 5-a-side Soccer, Run Jump Throw and strength and conditioning training.

In preparation for the big hockey match versus the Vancouver Eclipse team that evening the Courage Canada athletes took to the turf to try out the Run Jump Throw program with a focus on running and throwing activities. After learning the technical elements of a run practicing their ABC’S and were all educated on how going “back to the basics” with some of the Run Jump Throw activities can further develop their overall athletic ability and performance in many different sports – not just track and field! The throwing activities were a particular highlight for this group starting with the popular ‘throw-on-a-rope’ where everyone got a feel for the technique behind a javelin throw. From there the group practiced their overhand throws starting with a beanbag toss progessing to small and larger balls and finally to oversize hula hoops. With various objects soaring down the field the group learned how to generate power in their throws with proper body position and movement. To conclude the session, teammates challenged each other to a race starting belly down on the track with a short running dash to cross the finish line. 

A big thank you to the inspiring and talented ladies and gentlemen from Victoria, BC to Bay Roberts Newfoundland who participated! Also to BC Blind Sports, Mike Lonergan who led the session and Courage Canada for facilitating this amazing opportunity! 

For more information on Courage Canada programming visit http://www.couragecanada.ca/ 


Okanagan Lake Park, Penticton BC

May 27/14:

Last week, May 22-24 on the sunny shores of Okanagan Lake in Penticton, BC the Okanagan International Children’s Festival returned with an incredible line-up of entertainment for children of all ages to participate in!

Run Jump Throw was onsite to bring a physical activity component to the festival which was a huge success to the near 2000 children that attended the festival. The relay race that incorporated a running, jumping and throwing challenge kept most coming back for rematches and even challenging the instructors to a race! Watch the short VIDEO clip to see some participants in action!

We look forward to hopefully attending the event in the future and would like to thank the event organizers for the opportunity to be included again this year. Also a huge thank you to the volunteers that helped throughout the week to make the event an even bigger success! 

For more information about the Okanagan International Children's Festival, visit http://www.okchildrensfest.com/ 

 


Revelstoke Secondary School, Revelstoke BC

April 7/14:

This past Monday in Revelstoke, BC a group of dedicated teachers and local coaches participated in the Teacher In-Service Run Jump Throw course to receive their instructor training. This marks the first Run Jump Throw instructor training course held in the community to date. Revelstoke is no stranger to track and field talent as many high school athletes have pursued athletic scholarships within Canada and the US. Organizer Kendra von Bremen recognized the need for quality physical literacy teachings delivered at the grassroots level, as key to the development of future active youth and the continued success of athletics within Revelstoke. 

Special thanks to School District #19 and PacificSport Interior for your support and continued partnership in making Run Jump Throw events such as these a possibility. 

Junior Development (Age 9-13)

General & News

The Junior Development (JD) program gives young children the opportunity to develop physical literacy, learn Track & Field specific skills, develop speed and fitness and compete in the context of the Learning to Train and Training to Train stages of LTAD.

JD News

BC Athletics Junior Development Committee Annual General Meeting

Date:  Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 4:00pm

Location:   ABC Restaurant - 32080 Marshall Rd., Abbotsford, BC (at Best Western)

The JD Committee would like to invite all those interested to attend the 2014 Junior Development Committee AGM to be held following the BC Cross-Country Championships.

Food can be ordered on site.  If you are intending to attend please register so that enough room will be set aside for the meeting.

The meeting will include the election of officers and committee positions together with the selection of the hosts for the 2015 Junior Development Track & Field Championships and the 2015 Pentathlon Championships.  Any clubs interested in hosting the championships must complete the BC Track & Field Championship online bid form no later than Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 5:00pm.

       

 2015 JD Awards and JD Crest Program Eligible Meets

 

 

2013 Top Ten

Top Ten rankings after 2013 are now available. Click on the "Rankings & Records" tab for more information.

 

2013 JD Crest Winners

Listing of 2013 crest winners is available. Click on the "JD Crests" tab for more information.

Canadian Legion Youth T&F Championships 2013 Results

Children's Fitness Tax Credit

Clubs can download the form and customize it to fit their particular club. Download the form.

For a full explanation of the Children's Fitness Tax Credit please go to: www.cra-arc.gc.ca/fitness/ or contact the Canada Revenue Agency at 1-800-959-8281.

Child Fitness Tax Credit Form:
Customize the form template provided for your specific club.

Receipts:
Receipts can only be issued for amounts paid during the calendar year even if all of part of the activity occurs in the following year.

The receipt number includes the child's BC Athletics membership number preceded by the applicable year - example: 2007-95-24187. In the case of Training memberships and Track Rascals memberships where a BC Athletics membership number is not given, use 2007T# or 2007TR# - if you have 10 Track Rascals then number the individuals - example: 2007TR1, 2007TR2, 2007TR3 etc. Do the same for Training members.

Calculating eligible fees:
The fees must be paid for a child who is under 16 years of age at any time in the year.

Registration and membership costs can include the costs of administration, instruction and the rental of facilities. If the fees charged to parents include part for accommodation, travel, food, or beverages then this part must be deducted when calculating the part of the fees that qualify for the tax credit. For example if club membership fees total $400 and includes a charge of $50 for travel and $50 for a club uniform then the eligible amount would be $400 - $50 - $50 = $300.

Description of Eligible Programs:
Eligible activities must include the following in order to qualify. Make sure descriptions of club programs makes mention and details all of the following:

  • Ongoing (either a minimum of eight weeks duration, with a minimum of one session per week or, in the case of children's camps, five consecutive days);
  • Supervision;
  • Activities suitable for children; and
  • Substantially all of the activities must include a significant amount of physical activity that contributes to cardio-respiratory endurance plus one or more of: muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, or balance.

If you have any further questions please contact Sam Collier - Manager, Registration & Membership Services at (604) 333-3556 or sam.collier@bcathletics.org.

JD Awards

 

The JD Committee would like to congratulate all athletes age 13 and under on their fine performances throughout the year. Athlete and coaches are to be congratulated on preparing the athletes for the various competitions in which they participated.  Parents and officials, as well as the organizing clubs are to be commended for the support provided. Thank you all for an excellent season.

 

AWARDS STANDARDS & RECOGNIZED COMPETITIONS

JD Awards Standards are based on the previouse years All-Time Top Ten Tables.  For current standards and additional information, please click on the link below.

 

AWARDS NOMINATION INFORMATION

All athletes wishing to be nominated for a BC Athletics Junior Development (JD) Athlete Award must complete and submit a Nomination form no later than August 31st in the current year.  Starting in 2015, BC Athletics will be accepting JD Award Nominations through their online form only.  Printable forms will not be posted or accepted.  Thank you for your cooperation.  Please click below to access the Online Nomination Form:

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF AWARDS

BC Athletics is pleased to announce that the following JD athletes are to be recognized for their accomplishments during the season at the upcoming BC JD Awards Banquet.  Congratulations to all of the athletes, their coaches and parents, clubs and their fellow athletes, without whom the award winners would not have been spurned on to achieve their outstanding performances.

  • 2015 Junior Development List of Athlete Award Recipients (coming soon)

 

AWARDS BANQUET

BC Athletics will hold their Annual JD Awards Banquet honouring our taleneted young athletes, their clubs, coaches and parents.  Please see below for information including date & time, location and ticket information.

2015 JD Banquet Information
DATE November 8, 2015
TIME 11:00am Social | 12:00pm Luncheon | 1:00pm Awards Banquet
LOCATION Croation Cultural Centre
ADDRESS 3250 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC V5N
CONTACT Graeme Fell, Chair JD Committee - runner@intergate.bc.ca
PRICE TBD
TICKETS TBD
BROCHURE TBD

The JD Committee looks forward  to seeing all of you there!

 

PAST AWARDS INFORMATION

 

JD Championships

Date Event & Location Contact Website(s)
Jun 13-14
2015
2015 Spruce Capital Meet
Prince George, BC Canada
Track & Field
Brian Martinson
250-563-5696
bamartinson@shaw.ca
pgtrackandfield.ca
Jul 11
2015
2015 BC Junior Development Pentathlon Championships
Chilliwack, BC Canada
Track & Field
Roberta Smith
604-858-7880
robertasmith@telus.net
chilliwacktrackandfield.t…

 

PHOTOS:  Athletes and Parents wishing to view photos from the 2014 JD Track & Field Championships can do so by clicking here.  If you wish to order prints, you can do so by going to WCS Sport Photography and Design.

 

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2004 JD T&F Champs photos © David Dolsen

JD TOP 10 LISTS

Questions and/or comments regarding the JD Top 10/Best Performances lists should be directed to Tom Dingle at tdingle@uvic.ca.

All-Time Top Ten

NOTES: All Time Top Ten Tables after 2013 Season was completed

  1. These tables are based on the 2012 All Time Top Ten Tables to which have been added better performances from 2013
  2. New results are taken from the meets on the JD approved list
  3. New results are for athletes who were registered as competitive members of BC Athletics in 2012
  4. Results for 2013 are entered in bold face blue type
  5. Placings for hand timed results, which are reported to one tenth of a second only, are based on the standard correction for comparing such results to electronic timing: i.e. for races 300m and under 0.24 seconds are added to the hand timed results - for 400m races 0.14 seconds are added.
  6. Please direct any comments or possible corrections to Tom Dingle at tdingle@uvic.ca.
  7. If you have an earlier version of Microsoft Excel, you can download the free Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack to open, edit, and save XLSX files in your older version of MS Excel. Download a free copy of Excel reader from www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10.
  • All-Time Top Ten after 2014 (Track & Field, all events)

Boys:  9 yrs  10 yrs  11 yrs  12 yrs  13 yrs - Boys 10 yrs updated Nov 17/14, 13 yrs updated Nov 18/14

Girls:   9 yrs  10 yrs  11 yrs  12 yrs  13 yrs - Girls 13 yrs updated Nov 17/14

Top Ten Each Year

  • 2014 Top Ten (Track & Field)

           Girls/Boys 2014 Top Ten by Event (updated Nov 17/14)
           Boys: 2014 listed by name  | Girls: 2014 listed by name (Boys by name updated (Nov/1714)

JD Crests

Parents and coaches, reward and motivate your young athletes for their achievements with a keepsake crest that will be treasured for a lifetime! Reminiscent of the 1970's Canada Fitness crest program which helped many children strive for improved fitness levels, this program focuses on Track and Field competition?rewarding those who do well in a variety of events.

Crests are calculated on each athlete’s best performances from the scoring tables found in the Junior Development Manual

2015 JD Crest Standards (Posted 4/7/15)

JD Crest Criteria:

  • Athlete must have a full, competitive, Junior Development athlete membership
  • All Performances must be attained at track and field meets recognized by the BC Athletics Junior Development Committee.
  • An athlete must meet the standard for the award applied for in at least three events. By applying 3 for a gold standard, two for a silver standard and one for a bronze standard then the average of these scores must be 3 to achieve a gold crest, 2 for a silver crest, or 1 for a bronze. (i.e. if an athlete achieves a gold standard in two events (6) and a bronze standard in the third event (1), then the average will be 7 divided by 3 which is 2 1/3 so a silver crest will be awarded.
  • Only one crest may be ordered per athlete.

Crests are rectangles, approximately 3.5" wide, with the BC Athletics logo. The colour of the side stitching indicates gold, silver or bronze.

Crests cost $3.00 each plus 5% GST along with shipping and handling.

Ordering instructions:

Unattached Athletes

  • Unattached athletes should order as individuals.

BC Athletics affiliated Clubs and School Clubs

Clubs and Schools place orders for their athletes in one of 3 ways:

  1. Use the online form on the BC Athletics website, in the JD section (up to 5 crests per form)
  2. Fax the order form to 604-929-3554
  3. Email the order to dcopping at telus.net
  4. Mail the order form to Dawn Copping, 2701 Byron Road, North Vancouver, BC  V7H 1L9.

Junior Development Crest Order Form - please print and complete.  Questions should be directed to Dawn Copping

Once the order has been shipped an invoice will be sent out from BC Athletics.

2014 JD Crests Standards

2014 JD Crest Winners - by Club

2014 JD Crest Winners

           
ABBOTT Keagen PRTF M 12 GOLD
ADAMS Abby LANG F 9 SILVER
ADHEMAR Kihomi VRTC F 13 BRONZE
AIKEN Nelson VTFC M 11 SILVER
AINSWORTH Chloe VOCA F 13 GOLD
AITKEN Sophia TBIR F 10 GOLD
AKTARY Setara OATF F 11 BRONZE
AKYEA-MENSAH Rhys KJAK M 11 SILVER
ALEXANDER Lucas KCTC M 12 SILVER
ALLEN Felix LANG M 12 GOLD
ALMRUD Harrison OATF M 13 SILVER
AMANTEA Jordan TTFC F 13 BRONZE
AMANTEA Maya TTFC F 10 BRONZE
ANDERSEN Ethan NTFC M 12 SILVER
ANDERTON Courtney NTFC F 13 GOLD
ANIAMAKA Praise UATH M 11 GOLD
ARCADI Monika CITY F 10 BRONZE
ARMSTRONG Ryan GOLD M 11 SILVER
ARNDT Peyton UNBC M 11 SILVER
ARON Nicholas SFTC M 12 GOLD
ARSENAULT Jake PGTF M 9 BRONZE
ASHCROFT Julia CRVC F 13 SILVER
ASSAF Arielle NTFC F 13 BRONZE
BACHMANN Robby GOLD M 12 BRONZE
BAECHLER Maya TBIR F 9 GOLD
BAILEY Adelia OATF F 13 SILVER
BAINS Baneet UATH F 13 SILVER
BAJARUNAS Liepa COQC F 10 GOLD
BANGURA Benjamin VRTC M 10 GOLD
BANGURA Naomi VRTC F 12 BRONZE
BAPTIST Belle GOLD F 11 BRONZE
BARATA Jaida VRTC F 10 GOLD
BARRON Elijah CVAC M 10 BRONZE
BARRON Madison CVAC F 10 SILVER
BARRY Katelyn VAAA F 10 GOLD
BARRY Victoria VAAA F 10 SILVER
BASRA Parmveer UATH M 10 SILVER
BASRA Parmveer UNV M 10 SILVER
BASRA Snehpreet UATH F 13 SILVER
BASSAM Samantha NORW F 12 BRONZE
BASSETT Avi OTFC M 12 BRONZE
BAU Olivia RFC F 12 SILVER
BAU Olivia UNBC F 12 SILVER
BELCHER Jeremy CITY M 13 GOLD
BHANDAL Iqam KJAK M 13 GOLD
BHANDAL Jasmin KJAK F 11 SILVER
BIGGS Kailey CXVC F 10 SILVER
BIGGS Shayna COQC F 11 SILVER
BLAKER Jordan LANG F 10 GOLD
BLUMEL Margo CVAC F 10 SILVER
BOND Mitchell VAAA M 9 SILVER
BONTHOUX-ROBERTS Branson OATF M 9 SILVER
BORNTRAEGER Kaylie OATF F 11 SILVER
BOWLES Elizabeth CITY F 12 SILVER
BOWLES Emily CITY F 10 SILVER
BOWLES Kate CITY F 10 SILVER
BOYKO Kiana LANG F 12 BRONZE
BRADBEER Jayden GOLD F 11 BRONZE
BRADLEY Carson KJAK M 13 GOLD
BRAR Armaan SFTC M 9 GOLD
BRAY Tenzin KJAK M 10 SILVER
BREAU Brendan OACS M 11 SILVER
BREAU Brianna OACS F 9 SILVER
BREMER Alicia NWSA F 11 GOLD
BRENNAN Menoa CRVC M 11 GOLD
BROEKHUIZEN Jordyn AVTC F 10 SILVER
BRYDEN Mac TBIR M 10 GOLD
BUCHWITZ Logan CHWK M 11 SILVER
BUCKLEY Carley CXVC F 12 SILVER
BULL Kamryn LANG F 11 SILVER
BUMBULOVIC Veronika TBIR F 11 BRONZE
BURROWS Sierrah RRTF F 13 SILVER
BUSH Ava LANG F 9 BRONZE
BUTLER Finley TBIR F 10 SILVER
BYMOEN Layne KAML F 13 GOLD
CADWELL Brielle GOLD F 12 BRONZE
CADY Chloe TBIR F 11 SILVER
CAIRNS Sarah Angelique OATF F 12 GOLD
CALBICK Cameron LANG M 12 SILVER
CAMERON Quinn NORW M 12 GOLD
CAMPBELL Casidy PGTF F 11 SILVER
CAMPBELL Gemma COQC F 9 SILVER
CANTARELLA Erianthe KJAK F 9 SILVER
CANTARELLA Ignazio KJAK M 11 GOLD
CARR Andrew OATF M 9 GOLD
CARR Ben OATF M 9 GOLD
CARR Jon OATF M 11 BRONZE
CARSIENCE Joshua VRTC M 12 SILVER
CATHCART Anna KJAK F 11 SILVER
CELLE Emma CITY F 12 SILVER
CHAMBERS Jocelyn TBIR F 12 BRONZE
CHAMPOUX Paige LANG F 11 SILVER
CHANDRA Claire LANG F 9 SILVER
CHASE Sidney AVTC F 12 BRONZE
CHEEMA Jasneet VOCA F 13 GOLD
CHENG Dylan VOCA M 12 BRONZE
CHENG Zoe VOCA F 10 SILVER
CHESTNUT Tyson UNBC M 9 SILVER
CHEUNG Clarence UNBC M 9 SILVER
CHEUNG Terence UNBC M 11 GOLD
CHHUN Janelle SFTC F 11 GOLD
CHIASSON Avery LANG M 13 BRONZE
CHILDS Tiffanie CHWK F 12 SILVER
CHMELYK Heather KAML F 12 GOLD
CHOHAN Sonia UATH F 11 BRONZE
CHONG Jarrett COQC M 13 GOLD
CHONG Maegan BBYS F 13 BRONZE
CHRISTIE Alex KAML M 11 BRONZE
CIARNIELLO Dean PATH M 12 GOLD
CLARK Justin NORW M 12 SILVER
CLARKE Adria LANG F 10 SILVER
CLARKE Amy OATF F 12 GOLD
CLEMENS Erin COQC F 11 SILVER
CLEMENS William COQC M 9 BRONZE
CLENDENIN Toby OATF M 9 BRONZE
COCHRANE Hunter TBIR M 9 SILVER
COCKBURN Lucy VTFC F 12 BRONZE
COLAMBOT Justine SFTC F 12 SILVER
COLLINGWOOD Caitlyn OATF F 10 GOLD
COLWELL Tatum LANG F 11 SILVER
CONNORTON Maeve VTFC F 10 GOLD
CONTANT Yanick AVTC M 13 BRONZE
COONER Dilly OATF F 13 BRONZE
COONS Emily LANG F 12 SILVER
COONS Scott LANG M 12 SILVER
COOPER Kokeb OTFC F 10 SILVER
CORRALES NELSON Shiloh BBYS F 13 GOLD
COYNE Isaiah NTFC M 10 GOLD
CRAMB Marcus PRTF M 10 BRONZE
CRAVIOTO-ROSS Ronny NORW M 9 SILVER
CREGO Rylee KJAK F 10 GOLD
CROOME Zachary NTFC M 9 BRONZE
CULL Taius OATF M 10 BRONZE
CUNHA Alanna OATF F 12 GOLD
CURTIS Joseph COQC M 11 GOLD
CYR Lindsay OATF F 9 GOLD
DADSON Michelle CITY F 12 SILVER
DAHLSTROM Olin CVAC M 11 SILVER
DARDANO Nathanael OATF M 11 BRONZE
DAY Colby NTFC M 13 GOLD
DAY Findlay VTFC M 13 BRONZE
DEMIAN Joel LANG M 9 GOLD
DENMAN Justen OATF M 10 GOLD
DENMAN Ryan OATF M 13 GOLD
DENNESS Rori OATF F 13 GOLD
DENTON Jillian COQC F 12 SILVER
DESLAURIERS Katie OATF F 12 GOLD
DEWIT Jaden CVAC M 13 SILVER
DEWITH Cameron CITY M 10 GOLD
DHALIWAL Harshpreet PGTF F 10 SILVER
DHATT Gurman OATF M 9 BRONZE
DIABA Kekelli OATF M 12 BRONZE
DICKENSON Karly NTFC F 12 SILVER
DIMTER Julia NTFC F 13 BRONZE
DOLMAN Emma CITY F 12 SILVER
DOLMAN Hella-Marie TBIR F 11 SILVER
DOLMAN Luka TBIR M 13 GOLD
DREGER Isabella UNBC F 9 GOLD
DREYER Andre PGTF M 12 SILVER
DUBUC Sam COQC M 9 SILVER
DUCHESNE Nicolett OATF F 12 GOLD
DUGUID Cameron NORW M 12 SILVER
DULAY-MCGUIRE Alyssa COQC F 11 GOLD
DUMONT Kaelem OATF M 10 SILVER
DUNSTAN Carter NTFC M 10 SILVER
DUNSTAN Olivia VOCA F 10 SILVER
EAGER Mia CVAC F 12 BRONZE
EBEL Lauren COQC F 10 GOLD
EDER Graeme COQC M 9 SILVER
EDER Rhianne COQC F 11 GOLD
EIBL Maxwell KAML M 10 SILVER
ELIOPOULOS Paris VOCA F 13 GOLD
ELLIOTT Libby OTFC F 13 SILVER
ELLIOTT Sidney PRTF F 12 SILVER
ELLIS Lauren PATH F 11 BRONZE
ELLIS Mya LANG F 11 SILVER
ELLISON Evan OATF M 13 SILVER
EMON Caleb PGTF M 9 SILVER
EPP Henry OATF M 11 SILVER
ERDINGFITZNAR Santiago CVAC M 10 BRONZE
ERICKSON Matti KCTC M 11 GOLD
ESPEDIDO Liam COQC M 12 SILVER
ETHERINGTON Wolf GOLD M 9 SILVER
FAA Ryan NTFC M 9 BRONZE
FARAGUNA Matteo KCTC M 11 GOLD
FARIAS Ava TTFC F 11 SILVER
FARRAGHER Ryan LANG M 11 SILVER
FAWKES Railay VTFC M 10 BRONZE
FAY Erika NTFC F 9 GOLD
FEDELE Evan COQC M 10 GOLD
FEHR Julien KAML M 11 SILVER
FERNBACK Sophie VOCA F 11 GOLD
FERRARO Jett NTFC M 13 SILVER
FISCHLIN Hannah LANG F 12 BRONZE
FLACK Owen LANG M 9 GOLD
FLAMAN Kennedy LANG F 10 SILVER
FONTANA Dreydn CVAC M 12 BRONZE
FONTANA Kahlil CVAC M 13 SILVER
FORSYTH Isabelle OATF F 11 GOLD
FORSYTH Sophie TBIR F 10 SILVER
FOUGNER-RUKUS Reece CVAC F 12 GOLD
FOURNIER Lucy OATF F 13 BRONZE
FOX Ruby TBIR F 12 GOLD
FRANCIS Ella PGTF F 10 BRONZE
FREDERIKSEN Gwyneth UNA F 13 GOLD
FREDERIKSEN Gwyneth UNBC F 13 GOLD
FULLER Kailea CHWK F 11 SILVER
FURTADO Blake PATH M 13 SILVER
FURTADO Blake UVIC M 13 SILVER
GABRI Dolly UNBC F 13 GOLD
GAERTNER Lukas COQC M 9 GOLD
GAN Christopher OATF M 12 GOLD
GAN Connor OATF M 9 GOLD
GARDINER Ty COQC M 11 BRONZE
GAREAU Robyn OACS F 11 BRONZE
GAVRIC Klara LANG F 10 BRONZE
GEHERAN Amelia VOCA F 11 SILVER
GELOWITZ Makaela LANG F 11 GOLD
GENDALL Danae CVAC F 13 SILVER
GERMANN Bianca TBIR F 10 BRONZE
GHUMAN Gurmun UATH M 10 GOLD
GHUMAN Manroop UATH F 13 BRONZE
GILL Gurshaan VRTC M 10 SILVER
GILL Robin UATH M 11 BRONZE
GILLAN Aneel OATF M 12 SILVER
GIN Elizabeth OATF F 13 SILVER
GIRT Sabine CITY F 12 GOLD
GLADDERS Cole TBIR M 12 BRONZE
GLEDHILL Gabriel CXVC M 12 SILVER
GLOVER-COOK Jayme TBIR M 9 SILVER
GLOVER-COOK Jonah TBIR M 13 SILVER
GLOWACKI Tirus NWSA M 12 GOLD
GRADECAK Mia TBIR F 12 BRONZE
GRAHAM Matthew PGTF M 12 SILVER
GRANVILLE Joshua COQC M 9 GOLD
GRAY Nyah LANG F 13 BRONZE
GREEN Ryan NTFC M 10 SILVER
GREW Aiden VTFC M 10 GOLD
GRIMES Georgia NORW F 10 SILVER
GROLEAU Cameron OATF M 11 SILVER
GROUT Aiden GOLD M 12 SILVER
GUNDERSON Dominic PATH M 12 SILVER
HACK Mackenzie OATF F 9 SILVER
HADDEN Reagan GOLD F 11 SILVER
HADDEN Rylan COQC M 9 BRONZE
HADDOCK Alaina OATF F 12 BRONZE
HAGUE Nicole OTFC F 13 BRONZE
HAGYARD Danielle LANG F 9 GOLD
HAGYARD Natalie LANG F 11 BRONZE
HAINTZ Kaia GOLD F 10 SILVER
HAINTZ Marquesis GOLD F 12 SILVER
HAINTZ Marquesis UNBC F 12 SILVER
HAINTZ Mateya UNA F 13 GOLD
HAINTZ Mateya UNBC F 13 GOLD
HALL Fergus CRVC M 12 GOLD
HALL Kennedy CHWK F 11 GOLD
HALL Paitra CHWK F 10 BRONZE
HAMADA Kaiya KJAK F 9 GOLD
HAMILTON Isaac LANG M 11 GOLD
HAMILTON Tyler VAAA M 11 BRONZE
HAMNETT Amelia COQC F 10 GOLD
HAMNETT Georgia COQC F 12 SILVER
HARRIS Laura NORW F 13 SILVER
HARRISON Holly LANG F 12 GOLD
HARRISON Noah CVAC M 12 BRONZE
HARTLEB Ryan TTFC M 9 BRONZE
HARVEY Brayden LANG M 11 BRONZE
HARVEY Kayla LANG F 12 SILVER
HATCH Jamie OACS M 9 GOLD
HATCH Jessica OACS F 11 SILVER
HAUSERMAN Nathan VRTC M 13 SILVER
HEAD Leo PRTF M 11 BRONZE
HEALEY Paige GOLD F 13 BRONZE
HEISTERMAN Keaton NTFC M 12 GOLD
HENRY Stirling NTFC M 10 SILVER
HERRERA Alyssa KAML F 13 GOLD
HIGGINS Paige NTFC F 11 BRONZE
HILL Natalie TBIR F 12 SILVER
HILTON Adrianna PTFC F 9 GOLD
HILTON Matteo PTFC M 12 SILVER
HODGES Grace CITY F 10 SILVER
HOEY Caleb NORW M 12 GOLD
HOJABRPOUR Ariana BBYS F 12 SILVER
HORROBIN Hilary VOCA F 13 SILVER
HOWARTH Jenna KJAK F 9 GOLD
HUBER Eric PTFC M 11 SILVER
HULTON Will CVAC M 10 BRONZE
HUSTON Rhys OATF M 12 SILVER
HUTCHINSON Allyssa VRTC F 10 SILVER
HUTCHINSON Cassidy VRTC F 13 GOLD
HWANG Logan UNBC M 13 GOLD
IFTI Pirro VOCA M 11 SILVER
IGBINOSA Stephen NTFC M 11 BRONZE
INGRAM Keagan PENT M 12 SILVER
INGRAM Paige TBIR F 12 BRONZE
INGRAM Tayla PENT F 10 SILVER
IRVING Sarah PGTF F 13 SILVER
ISSEL Haley OATF F 9 SILVER
IVERSEN Emily COQC F 9 BRONZE
IVERSEN Erik COQC M 12 BRONZE
IVERSEN Jayden AVTC M 13 SILVER
IWAN Niklas BBYS M 10 SILVER
JACK Isaac AVTC M 11 SILVER
JACKMAN Kloe UNBC F 10 GOLD
JACKSON Cody OTFC M 11 BRONZE
JACOBS Jordan LANG F 13 SILVER
JACOBS Juliana LANG F 11 SILVER
JANKE Shea CITY M 13 GOLD
JANSSENS Jacob CHWK M 12 BRONZE
JANSSENS Jenna CHWK F 9 SILVER
JANZEN Parker VRTC M 12 BRONZE
JENSEN Alyssa PTFC F 12 BRONZE
JENSEN Ryan CITY M 13 SILVER
JIANG Roy OATF M 11 GOLD
JOHNSON Maria NTFC F 13 GOLD
JOHNSON Rosie LANG F 11 BRONZE
JONES Ava UNBC F 10 SILVER
JONES Maxwell CITY M 13 GOLD
JOYCE Sadie TTFC F 10 GOLD
KAISER Torren CVAC M 12 GOLD
KALISCH Milena CITY F 11 SILVER
KANAI Joshua OATF M 13 GOLD
KANG Karman UATH F 11 GOLD
KANYAMUNA Kelsey BBYS F 11 SILVER
KARAKOSTAS Atticus TBIR M 11 SILVER
KARMALI Imran GOLD M 12 BRONZE
KARMALI Inara GOLD F 13 SILVER
KATZBERG Ethan NTFC M 12 GOLD
KEEN Rylea LANG F 11 SILVER
KEMPF Kelsa LANG F 9 GOLD
KENNEDY Angelique CXVC F 12 SILVER
KENT Connor COQC M 12 BRONZE
KERR Taylor OTFC F 10 SILVER
KETCH Josh CVAC M 9 GOLD
KHELA Gurshan NWSA M 9 GOLD
KHELA Gurveer Singh NWSA M 11 GOLD
KHINDA Sobat NWSA F 9 SILVER
KIDD Rachel ANTF F 13 GOLD
KIEFFER Jessica TBIR F 10 SILVER
KIM Sarah OATF F 11 SILVER
KIM Tae COQC M 10 SILVER
KING Adam NTFC M 10 SILVER
KINGHORN Finley TTFC M 11 SILVER
KIRK Olivia UATH F 11 SILVER
KIRKENDALE Liam PTFC M 11 GOLD
KIRKENDALE Sean PTFC M 9 SILVER
KLASSEN Nicole LANG F 9 BRONZE
KLIMOS Tyler COQC M 12 SILVER
KOBYLANSKI Liam OATF M 10 SILVER
KOBYLANSKI Maya OATF F 12 SILVER
KOKAYKO Ely OACS F 11 GOLD
KOKAYKO Mark OACS M 9 BRONZE
KRISTEN Amelia TBIR F 9 GOLD
KRISTEN Xavier TBIR M 11 GOLD
KROEKER Montana UATH F 11 SILVER
KRUGER Calvin NORW M 13 SILVER
KRUGER Dylan CVAC M 11 SILVER
KRUK Madisyn TBIR F 12 SILVER
LABRADOR Aleana COQC F 12 SILVER
LABRADOR Jessiah COQC M 11 SILVER
LABREE Morgan PRTF F 13 BRONZE
LAING Cole PGTF M 10 SILVER
LALONDE Jayden OACS M 12 SILVER
LAMBA Harshvir SFTC M 11 GOLD
LANLOR Abby VAAA F 9 BRONZE
LANLOR Brooke VAAA F 11 BRONZE
LARKIN Mackenzie VTFC F 12 BRONZE
LAUZON Jayda CVAC F 11 GOLD
LAVERY Luke NTFC M 10 GOLD
LAWSON Emma OATF F 11 BRONZE
LAY Tommy OTFC M 9 SILVER
LEACH Austyn PRTF M 10 BRONZE
LEACH Emma LANG F 11 BRONZE
LEAHY Carter VAAA M 10 GOLD
LEE Caiden OATF M 9 GOLD
LEECH Nicola CVAC F 12 BRONZE
LEES Keaton OATF M 13 SILVER
LENTON Jade GOLD F 11 GOLD
LENZ Brandt CHWK M 11 GOLD
LENZ Malia CHWK F 9 GOLD
LENZ Marin CHWK F 12 GOLD
LEVASSEUR Mason KAML M 11 GOLD
LEWIS Kendra VOCA F 12 SILVER
LIANG Rachael BBYS F 12 GOLD
LINEGER Lauren CXVC F 12 BRONZE
LISTER Graeme OATF M 12 BRONZE
LISTER Robin OATF F 10 BRONZE
LIVINGSTONE Olivia OACS F 10 BRONZE
LOCKHART Emerald KCTC M 11 SILVER
LOCKYER Camron LANG M 10 GOLD
LOEWEN Adam KJAK M 10 SILVER
LOHCHAM Sahib TBIR M 12 SILVER
LOLAND Zach VAAA M 10 SILVER
LONGELY Ethan LANG M 10 SILVER
LOUGHNANE Conor PTFC M 12 GOLD
LOUIE Constance CVAC F 12 BRONZE
LUCCOCK Brendan OATF M 12 GOLD
LUCCOCK Nicholas OATF M 10 GOLD
LUNDMAN Olivia NTFC F 11 SILVER
MA Quan Ting Thomas VOCA M 11 GOLD
MACDONALD Tyne TBIR F 10 GOLD
MACKAY Maggie TBIR F 12 BRONZE
MACKENZIE Kai VRTC M 12 SILVER
MACKINNON Nicholas BBYS M 9 GOLD
MACPHAIL Jessica NORW F 11 BRONZE
MACPHERSON Cassidy GOLD F 11 BRONZE
MACWHINNIE Makenna ANTF F 10 GOLD
MAGANA Catalina OTFC F 12 BRONZE
MAHER Evan CVAC M 9 SILVER
MAHMOUD Sophia ANTF F 11 GOLD
MAINELLA Estella UATH F 11 GOLD
MALCIC Alex COQC M 12 GOLD
MALMQUIST Katelyn BBYS F 12 SILVER
MANTLE Luke TBIR M 13 SILVER
MARKIN Emma LANG F 12 BRONZE
MARKIN Jessie LANG F 13 SILVER
MARKIN Mollie LANG F 13 BRONZE
MARTIN Dane OACS M 13 GOLD
MARTINI Ryder LANG M 10 SILVER
MARTINIUK Cameron NTFC M 11 GOLD
MASICH Sylvia PGTF F 13 BRONZE
MASTRODONATO Gavin PRTF M 11 SILVER
MASTRODONATO Melaina PRTF F 13 BRONZE
MATHESON Tanner PGTF M 12 GOLD
MATTERN Simon WVAN M 11 SILVER
MATTHEWMAN Samantha LANG F 13 SILVER
MAWJI Darius COQC M 11 GOLD
MAX-BROWN Cecilee OATF F 13 SILVER
MAY Cheyenne KJAK F 9 SILVER
MAYER Elizabeth TTFC F 13 GOLD
MBAOMA Nnya NTFC F 12 GOLD
MCAULEY Olivia VRTC F 11 SILVER
MCCAIN Lyle OATF M 12 SILVER
MCCOLL Bryn TBIR M 10 SILVER
MCCOLL Jack TBIR M 13 SILVER
MCCORMICK Jake PRTF M 11 BRONZE
MCDONALD Malika AVTC F 10 BRONZE
MCELROY Anabella TBIR F 12 BRONZE
MCILROY Chloe LANG F 11 BRONZE
MCINTYRE Kianna COQC F 12 SILVER
MCKEAN Jackson AVTC M 11 BRONZE
MCKEAN Kamryn AVTC F 12 SILVER
MCKENZIE Braedon CVAC M 11 BRONZE
MEIER Andrew LANG M 11 GOLD
MELYNCHUK Luke OACS M 9 GOLD
MENARD Carys NTFC F 10 SILVER
MICKELBERRY Ella VTFC F 13 SILVER
MIDGLEY David LANG M 11 GOLD
MIKI Jaden COQC M 11 BRONZE
MIKULA-NOBLE Ameia KJAK F 11 SILVER
MIKULA-NOBLE Nataysia KJAK F 13 SILVER
MILES Mantle TBIR M 10 BRONZE
MILIC Hannah OATF F 13 SILVER
MILJANOVIC Marica BBYS F 11 SILVER
MILLS Morgan VAAA F 12 SILVER
MINOTT Jaheim SFTC M 13 GOLD
MIRANDA Kyan CVAC M 9 BRONZE
MIRISKLAVOS Joshua BBYS M 9 SILVER
MITCHELL Ava OATF F 11 BRONZE
MITCHELL Makayla NTFC F 12 GOLD
MOHABEER-ORTIZ Ruben OTFC M 10 BRONZE
MONNET Cassius CXVC M 13 SILVER
MONRO Natalia LANG F 13 GOLD
MONRO Nicholas LANG M 11 GOLD
MOORE Cameron NTFC M 10 BRONZE
MOORE Eric UNBC M 9 GOLD
MOORE Julianne UNBC F 10 GOLD
MOORE Stephen UNBC M 12 GOLD
MORGAN Anthony VOCA M 12 SILVER
MORGAN Samantha VOCA F 11 SILVER
MOROZ Maggie NORW F 12 BRONZE
MORRIS Sophie TBIR F 13 GOLD
MORRISON Katherine OTFC F 12 BRONZE
MORRISON Samuel OTFC M 10 SILVER
MORTIMER Rachel VRTC F 13 GOLD
MUNCEY-BUCKLEY Brandt OATF M 12 GOLD
MUNDEN Jessie KAML M 9 SILVER
MUNDEN Taylor KAML M 11 GOLD
MURPHY Aoife LANG F 13 SILVER
MURRAY Marissa PATH F 13 SILVER
MURRAY Paige PATH F 12 BRONZE
MURRELL Jordan OATF F 10 SILVER
MUSSCHE Brooke LANG F 13 GOLD
NAHORNEY Ty AVTC M 13 SILVER
NAPIER Jackson OATF M 11 GOLD
NAUDE Kristin OACS F 12 SILVER
NEIL Olivia TBIR F 12 BRONZE
NELSON Hannah RRTF F 13 BRONZE
NELSON Sam RRTF M 11 GOLD
NEMETHY Simon PGTF M 13 GOLD
NIJJAR Charanjit UATH M 11 SILVER
NIJJAR Jasneet UATH F 13 GOLD
NIJJAR Naveen CVAC F 12 BRONZE
NKOLOAGU Chidubem BBYS M 13 BRONZE
NOBLE Alanna COQC F 10 GOLD
NOLVIKALE Irene SFTC F 12 SILVER
NUGENT Olivia VTFC F 11 GOLD
O BRIEN Erin GOLD F 12 BRONZE
OBIOHA Chisom GOLD F 12 GOLD
O'FLAHERTY Caleigh NORW F 12 GOLD
OGBEIWI Michael OATF M 10 GOLD
OGBEIWI Samantha OATF F 12 GOLD
O'KRANE Kai HHAC M 11 BRONZE
OLSON Fraser COQC M 12 SILVER
PACHOLUK Emlyn CVAC M 12 BRONZE
PAETZEL Paul TBIR M 11 SILVER
PAJIC Nicole OATF F 11 SILVER
PALLARD Evelynne NTFC F 13 SILVER
PALMER Elise NTFC F 10 BRONZE
PALSON CHAMBERLAIN Gaby KAML F 13 SILVER
PANGBURN Jaxon PRTF M 10 SILVER
PARIS Nate NTFC M 10 GOLD
PARSAKISH Anna NORW F 13 SILVER
PATRY-SMITH Jenevieve CITY F 13 GOLD
PAUGH Madison NTFC F 11 SILVER
PAUL Sean COQC M 11 BRONZE
PAVLOVIC Nicholas OATF M 10 GOLD
PAWLIK Hanna TBIR F 11 GOLD
PAYNE Elliott GOLD M 12 SILVER
PEMBERTON Anya OACS F 11 GOLD
PENSON-MCCOY Jesaiah SFTC M 13 SILVER
PEROVICH Josiah LANG M 13 GOLD
PERRAS Trent CRVC M 11 GOLD
PERRY Ty PGTF M 10 BRONZE
PETERS Angela OATF F 12 GOLD
PETERS Lauryn PENT F 11 SILVER
PETERS Leah OATF F 9 GOLD
PETERSON Julia PTFC F 11 SILVER
PINVIDIC Joelle CITY F 13 BRONZE
PLAXTON Jordie OACS M 9 BRONZE
POLLARD Jamie NTFC F 12 BRONZE
POLLOCK Madelynn CVAC F 13 GOLD
PORTER Madison CVAC F 10 BRONZE
POWER Charlotte NORW F 12 GOLD
PRINSLOO Martin BBYS M 13 BRONZE
PUNIA Pavan OACS M 9 BRONZE
PUTZ Jake NTFC M 10 SILVER
QUIRING Hillary VAAA F 9 BRONZE
RAJKUMAR Shankara CITY F 11 GOLD
RANDALL-GUY Lauren VTFC F 11 GOLD
RASAIAH Jaeda NTFC F 9 SILVER
RASAIAH Kintan NTFC M 12 SILVER
RASMUSSEN Teilani CITY F 10 SILVER
RASTAD Julia NORW F 12 GOLD
READ Nicholas KAML M 11 BRONZE
REED Jordyn UNBC F 9 GOLD
REVOY Jessica CRVC F 12 BRONZE
REYNOLDS Reilly OATF M 13 GOLD
ROCHE Michelle BBYS F 9 SILVER
RODRIGUES Eli KJAK M 11 SILVER
ROMAN Natalia NORW F 12 SILVER
RONSE Dominique LANG F 12 SILVER
ROSSOUW Ben CVAC M 11 GOLD
RUSSELL Noah OACS M 13 SILVER
RYBINSKI Henry TBIR M 13 SILVER
RYBINSKI Luke TBIR M 11 SILVER
SAARI Alina KAML F 13 SILVER
SAARI Kalie KAML F 9 GOLD
SABET Lana SFTC F 11 GOLD
SADA Daniela LANG F 10 SILVER
SALE Cameron PGTF M 12 SILVER
SANDHU Jaskirat UNBC M 9 SILVER
SANDHU Kalvin UATH M 13 SILVER
SANGHA Jada OATF F 12 BRONZE
SANGHA Manreet UATH F 13 GOLD
SANGHA Nanaki UATH F 11 GOLD
SARA Eniko OATF F 12 GOLD
SAVAGE Freya TBIR F 12 SILVER
SAVELA Lauryn CITY F 12 SILVER
SCHEEL Mikael COQC M 11 SILVER
SCHERBAN Jason PENT M 13 SILVER
SCHERK Michael NORW M 9 GOLD
SCHLACHTER Caeleb UNBC M 11 GOLD
SCHLACHTER Jaeke OACS M 10 SILVER
SCHLITZ Brett NTFC M 11 SILVER
SCHMUNK Annika PRTF F 11 GOLD
SCHONEWILLE Max PGTF M 13 SILVER
SCHREIBER Liam PRTF M 13 SILVER
SCHRIEMER Michael OACS M 11 BRONZE
SCOTT Amanda CITY F 13 GOLD
SCOTT Annette CITY F 11 SILVER
SCOTT BOURIS Naeva VTFC F 10 BRONZE
SEAGER Liam VTFC M 11 SILVER
SEAGER Sam VTFC M 11 SILVER
SEAMAN Jake NTFC M 11 SILVER
SEAMAN Nate NTFC M 13 SILVER
SEAMAN Ryan NTFC M 11 SILVER
SEEMANN Carly COQC F 12 SILVER
SEMPLE Savannah CHWK F 13 SILVER
SHANKAR Marcus CRVC M 11 GOLD
SHAW Cara OACS F 13 SILVER
SHEATHER Ethan COQC M 11 SILVER
SHERIFF Kieran COQC M 11 SILVER
SHIELDS Jendaya TTFC F 10 SILVER
SHIELDS-BROWN Michael CRVC M 12 BRONZE
SIDHU Harjoven OATF M 11 GOLD
SILLARS Taylor UATH M 11 GOLD
SLAYMAKER Cameron COQC M 11 GOLD
SMID Shadynn CVAC M 10 GOLD
SMIGELSKI Natasha COQC F 13 GOLD
SMITH Caitlin NTFC F 9 BRONZE
SMITH Cayla OATF F 13 GOLD
SMITH Nathan LANG M 11 SILVER
SOARES Rohan PGTF M 11 BRONZE
SOFIAK Ben KAML M 10 GOLD
SPENCER Bridget TBIR F 13 BRONZE
SPENCER Virginia TBIR F 11 SILVER
SPITZER Julianna VAAA F 10 BRONZE
SPOOR Ethan LANG M 12 SILVER
STANSFIELD Chelsa NTFC F 13 SILVER
STARK Blake CVAC M 12 SILVER
STATES-JONES Tremel SFTC M 11 SILVER
STATES-JONES Trinaya SFTC F 13 SILVER
STAUFFER Brooklyn ANTF F 13 GOLD
STEELE Angus CITY M 9 GOLD
STEPHENS Miranda TBIR F 10 SILVER
STEVENSON Carter GOLD M 11 SILVER
STEVENSON Ty GOLD M 11 GOLD
STEWART Isla KJAK F 10 GOLD
STEWART-BARNETT Katelyn CITY F 11 GOLD
STORMS Riley CITY F 11 BRONZE
SUNDBERG Drew PRTF M 12 GOLD
SURIYA Shaunika LANG F 12 GOLD
SYMINGTON David AVTC M 11 GOLD
SZEWCZYK Alex OATF M 11 SILVER
SZEWCZYK Kira OATF F 13 BRONZE
TAKASHIBA Bryn NORW M 12 SILVER
TAYLOR Charlotte CITY F 10 BRONZE
TAYLOR-LEWIS Simi COQC M 13 SILVER
TERPSTRA Rhiannon OTFC F 13 BRONZE
TERRY Spencer TBIR M 11 BRONZE
THACKER Madeleine HOMM F 11 SILVER
THACKER Madeleine KJAK F 11 SILVER
THOMPSON Colby COQC F 9 SILVER
THORPE Ashton OACS F 12 SILVER
TJERNAGEL Sam COQC M 10 BRONZE
TONNER Evan NORW M 12 GOLD
TOTH Ben NTFC M 13 GOLD
TOZER Devin NTFC M 13 BRONZE
TRENT Matthew COQC M 11 GOLD
TUNTI Jaziel SFTC F 13 GOLD
TUNTI Laysha SFTC F 11 GOLD
TURGEON Erica PGTF F 12 SILVER
TURNER Aiden KJAK M 9 GOLD
UHRICH Dylan TBIR M 12 SILVER
VALLANCE Caleb PRTF M 11 BRONZE
VALLEE Ty AVTC M 11 BRONZE
VAN DEN BULK Alexis PTFC F 11 BRONZE
VAN LAETHEM Lucas UNBC M 11 BRONZE
VAN OOSTROM Reese NTFC F 10 SILVER
VAN RYSWYK Olivia OATF F 12 SILVER
VAN WYK Liam VAAA M 12 SILVER
VANDERGUGTEN Ian LANG M 13 GOLD
VANHUIZEN Silas LANG M 10 SILVER
VANPOPTA Amelia LANG F 10 BRONZE
VANSPRONSEN Charity LANG F 13 SILVER
VARGA Kevin GOLD M 12 SILVER
VEASEY Ryan NTFC M 10 SILVER
VIERS Meghan NTFC F 9 SILVER
VLAHOVIC Krysthina UATH F 10 GOLD
WAITE Annika OTFC F 9 GOLD
WAITE Joanna OTFC F 12 BRONZE
WAKELYN Landon VRTC M 9 GOLD
WAKELYN Maguire VRTC M 11 GOLD
WAKELYN Parker VRTC M 13 GOLD
WALLER Danielle LANG F 13 SILVER
WALSH Avery GOLD F 13 SILVER
WALTON-KNIGHT Bethany NORW F 11 SILVER
WARING Arshdeep VRTC F 12 BRONZE
WARRINGTON Delia TBIR F 10 SILVER
WARRINGTON Lucie TBIR F 12 SILVER
WATSON Cody NTFC M 9 BRONZE
WATSON Jayden NTFC M 10 GOLD
WATSON Kaitlyn NTFC F 13 GOLD
WATSON Nina VOCA F 13 GOLD
WEDEL Ella PRTF F 12 BRONZE
WEI Cynthia TBIR F 12 BRONZE
WELCH Zachary OACS M 12 SILVER
WERNER Aisha CVAC F 11 GOLD
WHEELE Taigan PGTF F 12 GOLD
WHITE Mackye CXVC M 12 BRONZE
WHITNEY Jack CVAC M 9 SILVER
WICKRAMAARACHCHI Prabhasha LANG F 12 GOLD
WICKRAMAARACHCHI Praveen LANG M 11 BRONZE
WIDESKI Victoria KJAK F 10 GOLD
WIEBE Macy CVAC F 11 BRONZE
WIEBE Morgan PGTF F 9 GOLD
WIELAND Emily GOLD F 11 GOLD
WILDE Sydney LANG F 12 GOLD
WILKINSON Nolan CVAC M 11 SILVER
WILLETT Abby PATH F 13 GOLD
WILLIAMS Destanie CXVC F 13 SILVER
WILLIAMS Larissa LANG F 12 BRONZE
WILLIAMS Linden CVAC M 11 GOLD
WILLIAMS Morris PRTF M 11 SILVER
WILLIAMS Olivia OTFC F 12 SILVER
WILLMOTT Frazer CVAC M 11 BRONZE
WILSHIRE Holly KJAK F 12 SILVER
WILSON Sophia LANG F 10 BRONZE
WINNIG Heidi PGTF F 12 BRONZE
WISOTZKI Jessica LANG F 13 SILVER
WISOTZKI Sophia LANG F 11 SILVER
WOERLER Megan COQC F 12 BRONZE
WONG-HEN Nora KJAK F 11 BRONZE
WOOD Daniel GOLD M 9 GOLD
WOOD Thomas GOLD M 11 BRONZE
WOOLNOUGH Alena OTFC F 12 SILVER
WU Katelyn KJAK F 11 BRONZE
WULDER Cleo VTFC F 12 SILVER
WYNANS Samuel AVTC M 11 GOLD
YAU Noelle TBIR F 11 GOLD
YERNA Melusine PRTF F 10 SILVER
YEUNG Samuel COQC M 13 SILVER
YEWCHUK Zachary OATF M 9 GOLD
YUNG Kaitlin TBIR F 10 BRONZE
ZAROW Annabella TBIR F 12 BRONZE
ZURKOVIC Mia NORW F 12 SILVER

2013 JD Crest Winners

View here - Updated Sept 27

JD Manual

The 2015 Junior Development Manual is available in PDF format.

The Manual contains detailed guidelines for JD Track & Field Meets, information on BC Athletics JD recognition programs, technical specifications, and more. Junior Development clubs will find these guidelines helpful in the implementation of JD programs and in organizing successful JD meets.

2015 JD Awards/Crests Eligible Meets

The BC Athletics Junior Development Committee is pleased to announce the 2015 list of meets at which BC Junior Development Athletes can achieve performances towards the Cres Awards and the BC Junior Development Awards.  We look forward to seeing everyone at these meets and sharing a successful and Fun Season.

2015 JD Awards/Creests Eligible Meets

JD PENTATHLON SCORING TABLES

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT PENATHLON SCORING TABLES FOR AGES 9 TO 13 - SEE: /admin/js/elfinder/php/../files/Documents/15-07-28%20JD%20Pentathlon%20Points%20Table%20ages%209%20to%2013%20Female%20-%20Male.xlsx

Hershey Track & Field Games (Age 9-14)

Athlete Development (Age 14+)

General Info

Inclusive of the LTAD stages of Training to Train, Learning to Compete, Training to Compete and Learning to Win, this program introduces athletes to the performance pathway of Athletics. Event specialization and training, advanced training leading to consistent performances at higher levels of competition and BC Team program opportunities are the key components of the Athlete Development program.

High Performance Stream

Information coming soon...

College Choices

Our BC Athletes are off to College! Here is a list of BC Athletics Athletes, and where they will be attending school next fall.   Athletes are listed alphabetically by their last name.  To add a name, please fill in the form below.  If you have any questions, please contact the Technical Manager for Track & Field at garrett.collier@bcathletics.org.

 

2015 COLLEGE CHOICES

Name Club High School University Event Coach
Brittni Wolczyk LANG Archbishop Carney Univ. of Nebraska Throws Tom Nielsen
Teagan Rasche LANG Riverside SS Virgina Tech Univ. Throws Tom Nielsen
Chelsea Ribeiro CTC1 Semiahmoo SS E. Washington Univ. Endurance Scott Kent
Nickolas Colyn LANG Langley Christian Trinity Western Univ. Endurance Dave Hetherington
Reid Muller GOLD Pitt Meadows Washington State Univ. Endurance Andrew Lenton
Autumn Covington KJAK LFA Cornell Univ. Throws Richard Collier
Stephanie Cho TBIR Sir Winston Churchill Washington State Univ. Sprints Mary Chewning
Nathan Tadesse UNBC North Surrey SS Washington State Univ. Endurance Scott Svelander
Nathan Wadhwani UNBC Terry Fox SS Washington State Univ. Endurance Vid Wadhwani
Raquel Tjernagel COQC New Westminster SS University of Texas Sprints Tara Self
Nicole Hutchinson HHAC Sentinel SS Villanova University Endurance Darcie Montgomery/Cindy O'Krane
Sophie Pauls TBIR LFA Trinity Western Univ. Combined  
Benjamin Ingvaldson VRTC Lord Tweedsmuir SS University of Lethbridge Throws Harold Willers
Taryn Smiley CVAC Cowichan SS Missouri State Univ. Sprints John May
Joanna Williams   Campbell RIver Christian Trinity Western Univ. Endurance  
Eric Chatten LANG Gleneagle SS University of Guelph Jumps Jarid Vaughan
Adam Chatten LANG Gleneagle SS University of Guelph Jumps Jarid Vaughan
MIkaela Smart UNBC Archbishop Carney Trinity Western Univ. Endurance Vid Wadhwani

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 College Signing's Submission Form

BC Athletics would like to recognize those graduating High School athletes that will be attending school next fall at a Post-Secondary instution.  This form can be filled out by an Athlete, Parent, Club Coach or College Coach/Representative.  Once submitted, BC Athletics will update the list every week until September 1st, 2015. Please click the link below to submit you college choice.

COLLEGE CHOICE FORM

BC High School Track & Field

BC Athletics strives to support the Elementary and High School track & field communities.  BC High School Track & Field is under the pervue of the BC High School Track & Field Commission.  BC High School is a part of BC School Sports.  For all information an inqueries please contact them directoly by following the information below.

To view the latest updates on BC High School Track & Field, including important updates, contacts and championships informtion, please go to the BC High School Track & Field website at bctfa.ca

 

Annual Awards

 

   For 2014 the Midget 14 and Midget 15 Annual Awards will be awarded with the following criteria:

  • Athlete is a competitive (Midget) member of BC Athletics
  • Athlete has competed at least one BC Athletics Championship in the past year
  • Performance was achieved at a BC Athletics/Athletics Canada branch sanctioned event
  • Athlete has at least one performance that meets or exceeds the standards found at 2014 Midget 14 and 2014 Midget 15 Standards

The deadline for nominations is November 2, 2014.  The 2014 Midget 14 and 2014 Midget 15 Track & Field Award Nomination Form can be found on the 2014 BC Athletics Annual Awards Nominations Forms page

Masters (Age 35+)

General & News

BC Athletes Excel at World Masters Track & Field Championships 

Lyon, France - Of the almost 150 Canadians who participated in the World Masters Athletics Championships for athletes from the age of 35-95, 15 were from British Columbia. There were over 8000 athletes from 114 countries registered for this meet which took place in Lyon, France, from August 4-16, 2015. 

Christa Bortignon W78 won the most medals for Canada. Competing in the W75 age group, Christa won 2 gold medals in the 80m hurdles and 200m hurdles. She also won 2 silver medals in the 100m and 200m, and 2 bronze medals in the long jump and triple jump. 

Nardene Hammond W43 won a bronze medal while competing on the Canadian W35 10K Road Walk relay team. Nardene's best individual result was 7th in the 20K Road Walk. Nardene also set two BC records in the W40 10kK and 20K Road Walks. 

Other BC athletes who were in the top 10 were: Gerard Dumas tied the BC Masters M80 record in the pole vault while finishing 5th, Tom Dickson finished 7th in the M60 100m and Nancy Craig who turns 50 later this year, finished 6th in the W45 pole vault. 


New Canadian W60 4x100m Record!

Four Masters women from the Greyhounds Masters Track and Field Club set a new Canadian standard in the W60 4x100m relay (all members of the relay team must be over the age of 60).   Competing on April 26th, at the University of Oregon's famed Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon, the team of Deborah Lee (W64), Christa Bortignon (W78), Urith Hayley (W64) and Elaine Whidden (W60), ran the 400 metre relay in a time of 1:03.74. This breaks the Canadian Masters W60 record of 1:04.60 which was set by Team Canada at the 2011 World Masters Athletics Championships, in Sacramento, California.  Having four women from the same club break a National record which was set by four women representing Canada, is a huge accomplishment. 

CANADIAN MASTERS INDOOR T&F CHAMPIONSHIPS
Toronto, ON – March 14-15, 2015


Ten BC Masters athletes competed in the Canadian Masters Indoor Track and Field Championships this past weekend in Toronto. Christa Bortignon and Deborah Lee won gold in all 7 of their events. Hardev Sandhu won 6 medals including gold in the 60M and Weight throw.


Christa broke 2 Canadian Indoor records in the W75 50M and 50M hurdles. Deborah established 4 BC Indoor records in the W60 50M, 50M Hurdles, High jump and Triple jump. Deborah just missed another BC record by only 1/100th of a second in the 60M Hurdles. Al Percival broke the Canadian Indoor record in the M60 50M sprint. Natasha Bacchus set a new BC Indoor record in the W35 50M and broke her own pending BC record in the 60M, which she established a month earlier in the BC Masters Indoor Championships in Kamloops. Juliette Christie broke 2 of her own pending BC Indoor records in the W50 1500M and 3000M. Hardev set a new BC Indoor record in the M65 50M while Mark Pinckard
broke his own BC Indoor record in the M50 800M.

 

2015 BC Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships

Results

The second annual BC Masters Indoor Track and Field Championship was held on February 13-15, at
the Tournament Capital Centre in Kamloops. This meet was held in conjunction with the Van Ryswyk
Indoor Invitational Meet. The number of Masters athletes competing was a little higher than last year,
and hopefully this championship meet will continue to grow in the future.
The Masters athletes that competed did extremely well. They set/broke 40 BC Indoor records and 9
Canadian Indoor records. Another BC record was tied.
Norm Lesage broke two Canadian records in the M85 60m (but he has a pending record from a week
earlier at the Harry Jerome meet) and 200m. Don Currie also broke two Canadian records in the M80
1500m and 3000m Race walks. Margaret Rhebergen broke her own Canadian W55 high jump record
and Harry Thompson set a new Canadian standard in the M90 1500m Race walk.
The M70 relay team of: Surinder Shah, Mark Stewart, Bill McNamara and Tom Ukonmaanaho, broke
the Canadian record in the 4x400m relay and set a new Canadian standard in the 4x200m relay. The
relay team of: Lynette Baldock, Gabriella Moro, Winni MacKay-Smith and Christa Bortignon, set a new
Canadian record in the W65 4x200m relay.
Four athletes broke/set three individual BC Masters Indoor records. Norm added the M85 400m record
to his 60m and 200m records. Mark Stewart set three new M70 standards in the 800m, 1500m and
3000m. Arthur Gee set three new standards in the M70 triple jump, 1500m Race walk and 3000m Race
walk. Rachel Fouladi broke the BC W45 triple jump record and set new standards in the 1500m and
3000m Race walks.
Five athletes added two new BC Indoor records to their names. Lynette Baldock broke her own W65
800m and 1500m records. Margaret Rhebergen broke her own W55 60m record as well as the high
jump. Juliette Christie set two new BC standards in the W50 1500m and 3000m runs. Harry Thompson
added the M90 triple jump to his Race walk record. Tom Ukonmaanaho broke the BC M70 200m
record and tied the high jump record.
Adding one new BC record to their names were: Natasha Bacchus W35 60m, Sam Walker M40 400m,
Surinder Shah M70 long jump, Deborah Lee W60 long jump, Heinz Peter M65 high jump, Gabriella
Moro W65 shot put, Jody Cranston M45 weight throw, Harnek Toor M65 weight throw and Lori
Graham W55 1500m Race walk.
Two relay teams set new BC records. The W45 4x400m relay team of: Cindy O'Brien Hugh, Kathy
Friesen, Winni MacKay-Smith and Nicola Everton, and the M45 4x400m relay team of: Mark Phillips,
Gordon Flett, Harjinder Kang and Steve Briggeman.
The schedule was slightly altered from last year so that the meet could be completed by noon on
Sunday. With the support of many fans, Dylan Armstrong was finally presented with the Olympic
bronze medal that he was denied at the Beijing Olympics, six and a half years ago. Armstrong finished
fourth in the shot put competition (by only a centimetre) but was moved up to third when the athlete
from Belarus was disqualified for doping.
The Masters athletes give huge thanks to the meet organizers, officials and volunteers for their hard
work and dedication over the three days.
The Kamloops Track and Field Club invites all Masters athletes to the third annual BC Masters Indoor
Championships which will be in the Tournament Capital Centre again in February, 2016.

2014 BC Senior Games

Report on the 2014 BC Senior Games Langley, Sept 10-13

2014 BC Senior Games Results

2013 BC Seniors Games

Report on 2013 BC Seniors Games Kamloops, Aug 21-24

2013 BC Masters Track & Field Championships Results

Results of 2013 BC Masters Track & Field Championships Langley, Jun 14-16

WORLD MASTERS INDOOR TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 6th WMA Indoor track and field championships were held in Budapest, Hungary, from March 25-
30, 2014. Over 3900 athletes over the age of 35, from more than 70 countries, were entered in the
championships. The SYMA facility was excellent with two tracks, and more, under the same roof.
Hungary did an excellent job of hosting the “queen of sports” as they call athletics in their country.
Olga Kotelko, who turned 95 only 23 days prior to the first day of competition, was one of the stars of
the WMA Indoor Championships. Olga competed in the W95-99 age group and was one of the fifty
Canadian Masters athletes entered, eleven were from BC.
Olga won 10 Gold medals and established 9 new World records. She set new world indoor W95
standards in the 60m, 200m, High jump, Long jump and Triple jump. She also broke the world indoor
records in the W95 Shot put and Weight throw. At this Indoor championships, there were also a few
Outdoor Road races and three Outdoor throwing events. Olga broke the Outdoor world records in the
W95 Hammer throw and Javelin. The only event that Olga did not establish a new world record was
in the outdoor Discus throw.
Other BC athletes winning medals were: Christa Bortignon (Gold in the W75 60m hurdles), Tom
Dickson (Silver in the M60 60m sprint) and Marek Glowacki (Silver in the M70 Shot put). Tom tied
the Canadian Indoor record in the M60 60 m (7.80 seconds during the semi-finals) and broke the
Canadian Indoor M60 200m record (25.98 seconds). Marek broke his own Canadian M70 Shot put
record (13.74m).
Normally the WMA Indoor Championships are held every two years but for the next two years the
WMA will have Outdoor Championships. The next WMA Indoor Championships will be in three
years (2017) in Daegu, South Korea.

 

BC MASTERS INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Kamloops, February 14-16, 2014
The first-ever BC Masters Indoor track and field championships were held on February 14-16. The meet was
hosted by Kamloops in their Tournament Capital Centre on the campus of Thompson Rivers University.
Unfortunately the turnout was very low, probably partly because of the dangerous weather conditions on the
Coquihalla Highway. Despite the small turnout, there were a few outstanding results. As usual, the Kamloops
Track and Field Club and their volunteers, hosted an excellent meet.
No world records were broken this year but look out next year because Olga Kotelko turns 95 on March 2nd.
Actually she will undoubtedly break/set a few world records next month at the WMA Indoor Championships in
Budapest, Hungary.
The small group of Masters athletes broke 7 Canadian records and tied another. Breaking Canadian records
were Dmitry Babenko in the M40 1500M Racewalk (6:27.23) and 3000M Racewalk (13:45.23). Donald Currie
broke the identical Canadian records in the M80 group. He turned 80 on February 13, only one day before the
start of the meet. Also setting a Canadian record was 91-year-old Harry Thompson in the M90 3000M and
Cheryl Closkey broke the W65 Weight throw record (10.46m).
The relay team of Hardev Sandhu, Fred Pawluk, Harold Morioka and Sewa Birring broke the M65 4x400m
Canadian record (4:46.66).
Margaret Rhebergen tied her own Canadian record in the W55 High jump (1.30m). Actually Margaret might
have broken her Canadian record because the bar was set higher than 1.30m. When the bar was measured after
her record breaking jump, the bar read 1.32m. However the official ruled that since the recorder had listed the
height as 1.30m, that this was the official height and that measuring after the height was only to confirm that the
height of the bar was at least this height.
There were 28 new BC Indoor records and two more were tied. In addition to the records above, the following
BC records were broken.
Breaking two BC records were: Fred Pawluk M65 800m and 1500m, Bakhshish Dhillon M75 Shot put and
Weight throw, Nardene Hammond W40 1500M Racewalk and 3000M Racewalk, Lori Graham W55 1500M
Racewalk and 3000M Racewalk and Denise Clements W50 Shot put and Weight throw (But Carolyn Boomer
gets the new BC W50 Shot put record with a better record-breaking put than Denise).
Also breaking BC records were: Tom Ukonmaanaho M65 200m, Sam Walker M40 400m, Verena Stroda W40
Shot put, Kathy Brand W70 Weight throw, Dan Krause and Hardev Sandhu in the M65 Weight throw (but Dan
gets the new BC record with a better record-breaking put), Harold Morioka in the M70 High jump and Sean
Steele in the M50 Weight throw. Along with their Canadian records, Margaret Rhebergen added a BC record in
the W55 60m Hurdles, Cheryl Closkey added a BC record in the W65 Shot put and Donald Currie added a BC
record in the M80 800m.
The relay team of Andy Bienefeld, Eric Torin, Sam Walker and Luke Wang set a new BC record in the M35
4x200m relay.
Nancy Cochrane was attempting to better her BC W60 High jump record which she set only two weeks earlier.
Unfortunately she partially tore her achilles tendon and a calf muscle during an early jump.
Diane Matus tied the BC record in the W65 60m sprint.

Who is a Master?

Your entry to an Athletics event could be simply to have fun, have a healthy workout, pick up an attractive t-shirt, support a charity or, as a serious competitor, attempt a personal best performance.

The only requirement for being a masters member in any BC Athletics sanctioned event is to be 35 years of age or older.

Age group results-age graded results

2015 Masters Age Graded Tables

Competition results can be calculated on an overall performance basis where athletes compare their performance to how other competitors in their age group performed. Some events now provide age graded results. These results are generated from tables developed by reviewing the performances of a large number of athletes over a long period of time, in each of the age categories, as well as the world records by age groupings. The tables then indicate an ultimate performance that could be expected from any age. There are separate tables for males and females.

Age graded results can be used in several ways. Using these tables, each athlete's performance can be calculated as a percentage of these extremely high standards for both male and female at each age. New results are then processed based on percentage achievement. Hence the playing field is leveled by compensating for age and sex. These age graded results can be very different from the overall results. It's possible that a 45-year old woman would displace a 28-year old male overall winner as the age graded winner. This, of course, is competitive and many (in fact most) participants don't enter events solely for competition. There are other effective ways of using performance percentages.

For example: if your performance in a 5K race was @ 78.3%, you could apply this percentage to the table for 10K at your age and calculate your expected finish time at 10K for the same effort. This would enable you to establish your mile pace to ensure that you don't go out too fast in the 10K event.

As you age you can use age graded results to compare your fitness and conditioning from one year to any other year. It's also useful in tracking your progress over any number of dissimilar events.

Reasons to join BCA - Masters

  • Receive the annual publication of the Events Calendar
  • Liability and Sport Injury/Accident Insurance
  • $3.00 deduction from entry fees at BC Athletics sanctioned events
  • Discounts on merchandise from selected sports stores
  • Registered member of BC Athletics
  • Branch member of Athletics Canada

Supporting BC Athletics through an annual membership fee of $50 + GST (for Masters athletes) helps to fund the governing body of our sport and helps to ensure that:

  • BC Athletics sanctioned events meet standards for safety, officiating and organization
  • workshops and seminars are provided to enhance the overall well-being of athletics as a sport
  • there is co-ordination of the many volunteer efforts provided by the athletics community
  • there is direct contact for Athletics information by telephone or the internet

As a member you are welcome to attend the Masters Committee Annual General Meeting or stand for election to the Masters Committee Board itself.

For coaching, for group workouts, for increased social activities and for team events such as the Whistler 50 Relay, there are a number of BC Athletics affiliated clubs that welcome all levels and all ages of Masters Athletes.

Masters Achievements Awards

These awards are in the form of pins in bronze, silver and gold which represent increasingly higher standards of performance. These pins are available for purchase by masters who have achieved the required standards. The standards are adapted from those that the Canadian Masters Athletics Association used to have for their crests, and cover a wide range of events.

The standards may be viewed by clicking on one of the following links:

To apply for a pin

Please print the Masters achievement award application form and mail (with the $9.04 fee) to BC Athletics, Fortius Athlete Development Centre, Suite 2001-B Oslo Landing, 3713 Kensington Ave, Burnaby, BC V5B 0A7.

Master of the Year Award Criteria

For 2013, the age grading will be based on five year tables. In other words, for a 5 year age group, the entry for the lowest age in the group will be used to calculate the age graded result for all 5 ages in the group. This means that the best performances within an age group will get the best age graded result. This change was made in order to reward direct competition within an age group and to provide more opportunities for athletes entering a new age group.

Age grading calculator may be found at www.howardgrubb.co.uk/athletics/wmalookup06.html

Track Master of the Year Award Criteria (male and female)
The awards will be based on the Five Best Age Graded performances for the year (may be the same event or different events)

For example, an athlete could have results for: 100m, 200m, 400m and 800m or five results for 100m.

Road Running Master of the Year Award Criteria (male and female)
The awards will be based on the Five Best Age Graded performances for the year (may be the same event or different events)

Cross Country Master of the Year Award Criteria (male and female)
The awards will be based on the best age graded performance in the BC Championships and the Canadian Championships. Normally, the winners must also have participated in at least one other cross country race during the year.

Field Master of the Year Award Criteria (male and female)
These are new awards for 2013. The awards will be based on the quality of performances based on a percentage of the Canadian 5 year age group records. Consideration will be given to records set. A minimum of five performances will be required.

Sport BC Master of the Year Award Criteria (only one award)
Normally, the nominee is a winner of one of the above awards. Top 3 age graded performances plus international ranking will be considered.

Master Events 2015

Date Event & Location Contact Website(s)
results-iconFeb 13-15
2015
2015 BC Athletics Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships
Kamloops, BC Canada
Track & Field
Brian Beck
250-579-5346
wbrianbeck@shaw.ca
kamloopstrackandfield.ca
Mar 14-15
2015
2015 Canadian Masters Indoor Championships
Toronto, ON Canada
Track & Field
 
results-iconJun 19-21
2015
2015 BC Athletics Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Langley, BC Canada
Track & Field
Brent Dolfo
604-533-0453
brent_dolfo@yahoo.ca
langleymustangs.com
Aug 29
2015
CANCELLED - The Richard Collier ThrowsFest
Richmond, British Columbia Canada
Track & Field
Karen FIsher Hagel

info@kajaks.org
kajaks.ca/
Sep 13
2015
Forever Young 8k
Richmond, BC Canada
Road Running/Ultras
John Young
604-274-6905
info@foreveryoung8k.ca
foreveryoung8k.ca/

Para-Athletics

General Info

BC Athletics in partnership with BC Wheelchair Sports, BC Blind Sports, Sportability BC (CP) Sports, Amputee Sport BC provides program opportunities for athletes with a physical impairment.  These athletes fall under various classifications for training and competition under the IPC.

Special Olympics

General Info

BC Athletics in partnership with Special Olympics BC provides program opportunities for athletes with intellectual disabilities.  These athletes are able to compete in regional, national and international Special Olympic events under the IPC.

Recommended Guidelines for Events and Technical Standards

Events and Technical Standards

BC Athletics Events and Technical Specifications